Here at Gus' we recognize that bike fit alone does not solve all the problems an athelete may face while out there on the road. Sometimes the issue is with the position on the bike, sometimes it's your body, and sometimes it's a bit of both that need attention. That's why we work with Dr. Jerry Hyman here at Gus'. Dr. Hyman is brought in when we spot something going on with an atheletes movement on the bike or when there is a history of pain or a issue that can't be solved with fit alone.
Chiropractic is Jerry Hyman's second career. For many years he was a successful trombonist, playing in studio, salsa, show and rock bands. But he became intrigued with physical medicine after visiting a chiropractor for back pain. His graduation from the Cleveland College of Chiropractic in Los Angeles in 1983 marked only the beginning of his education.
Over the next 20 years, Jerry steadily deepened and widened his knowledge, studying with cutting-edge doctors of physical medicine in Europe, and investigating a range of therapies, including new mobilization techniques, Tai Chi, Feldenkrais, martial arts, neuro-developmental approaches to manual therapy, massage, Pilates, yoga, meditation, physical therapy and Gyrotonic®.
While always practicing, he also taught and consulted. In 1991 he co-created a special certification program focused on the work of colleagues at Charles University Medical School in Prague. And he also co-created the first chiropractic post-graduate program for rehabilitation that became the model for similar programs.
In 2002 Jerry and his wife, Carol, moved from Los Angeles, to Rye, NH, where he currently practices.
You can contact Jerry through his website at http://www.jhymandc.com